Since its been a while, I think it would be good to breakdown where some of the animators have gone since the shows finale.
A lot of notable animators, such as Atsushi Nikaido, Hiroyuki Itai, Shuuichiro Manabe and Naoki Tate, did large contributions for the Broly movie, however, unlike animators such as Futoshi Higashide and Yuichi Karasawa, they haven't really been seen on projects since. Futoshi Higashide storyboarded and solo animated an episode of Golden Kamuy and has since been seen floating around Kitaro. Likewise, Karasawa has also been spotted doing some key animation on episodes in Kitaro, even contributing a seen to the climax episode of a key arc.
Kenji Miuma after Super became an animation supervisor on Huggto Precure(apparently he wasn't particularly noteworthy though).
Yoshitaka Yashima became an animation supervisor on Kitaro, where his output, though not exemplary, has been pretty consistent, with more finesse in his action scenes on that show than what was shown in Super. He even animated this nice little highlight in an episode he solo key animated.
Masahiro Shimanuki and Tu Yong Ce moved to One Piece, where the formers contributions have been solid enough to land him being the animation supervisor for the best animated episode of the show in 870(although its worth noting that it really wasn't the best animated episode because of him). He even did a fairly OK scene in an earlier episode.
Tu has worked on both One Piece and Pokémon Sun and Moon, however, I would say his work on One Piece is where his shown true signs of growth. After becoming KA for One Piece, his since become one of the strongest regular animators on the show, not only handling a huge number of cuts on the episodes he works on(usually animating the overwhelming majority of action in an episode), but also animating them to fairly solid standard, and a standard that's generally been improving with each major contribution. This sort of culminated in his huge contributions to in the major fight climax episode 870. His latest contribution to the show to date was in 893, where he animated 80 cuts and handled a fair few fairly solid pieces of action. Overall, definitely one of the animators to become more active and to noticeably improve on themselves since Super. As a One Piece fan, his seriously been one to watch out for nowadays.
Yukihiro Kitano has been a regular on Heroes, animating fairly mundane though competent enough action sequences and Mikayo Tsuji(after Broly), moved to Heroes, and is presumed to have done a fairly impressive bit of action.
Director wise, the crew has sort of dispersed, aside from working on Broly, Masato Mitsuka went on to direct a few episodes of Kitaro, Kazuya Karsawa is doing storyboards for Heroes oddly enough, Takahiro Imamura worked on a few One Piece episodes, but I don't know what his really done since, and Nagamine, the lad, became the series director of One Piece(that's why you'll notice in Tu's episode 893 clip the presence of a line filter and that its vastly aesthetically different from the 870 clips) and his sort of modernized that show in a similar way he did Super.
Thats just a few I remember from the top of my head, if anyone wants to add, correct or elaborate on where other staff members from Super have gone that I have overlooked, feel welcome to add.